Archaeology/Austerity walk meeting details

Hi All,

Few details for the upcoming walk… Meeting points as per below and on this pdf: Austerity walk meeting points.

PA2015 – ARCHAEOLOGY/AUSTERITY WALK – 12 DECEMBER 2015

MEETING POINTS AND SCHEDULE

There will be a group walking the whole length of the route (@James__Dixon for details) and another following the route on as much public transport as possible (@lornarichardson for details), but you are welcome to travel however you like between the meeting points, meet us along the way or just join in for one stop. Meeting points and times are as follows:

1000 – 1010     Canary Wharf Station – Introduction – Lorna Richardson and James Dixon

Start point_Canary Wharf

1125 – 1140    Whitechapel – Kate Tiernan and James Dixon

Nearest tube stops, Whitechapel and Aldgate East

Stop 1_Altab Ali Park

1200 – 1215     Moorgate – Sam Merrill

Nearest tube stop, Moorgate

 Stop 2_Moorgate

 1220 – 1230     Museum of London – Break

Nearest tube stops, Moorgate, Blackfriars and St Pauls

 Break_MoL

1240 – 1255     St Paul’s Occupy Camp – Marjolijn Kok and Saini Manninen

Nearest tube stop, St Pauls

Stop 3_St Pauls

 1305 – 1315     Bankside – Chris Constable

Nearest tube stops, Southwark, Borough, London Bridge, St Pauls

Stop 4_Bankside and lunch

1315 – 1400     LUNCH

 1405 – 1415     Liberty of the Mint – Chris Constable

Nearest tube stop, Borough

Stop 5_Liberty of the Mint

 1430 – 1500    Heygate Estate and Elephant and Castle – Emma Dwyer and Owen Hatherley

Nearest tube stop, Elephant and Castle

Stop 7_Heygate Estate

1551              SUNSET

1545 – 1600     Southbank skatepark – Oli Mould

Nearest tube stops, Waterloo and Embankment

Stop 8_Southbank Skaters

 1630 – 1645     Downing Street – Lorna Richardson

Nearest tube stops, Westminster and Charing Cross

Stop 9_Downing Street

1700              PUB – THE SANCTUARY HOUSE HOTEL, TOTHILL STREET

Nearest tube stop, St James’s Park

Pub                      

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